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Tree Pollarding Thurrock
Tree pollarding is often asked for by local authorities who need to manage public safety. It involves removing the crown of a tree, with only the main trunk system remaining. It is not always the most aesthetic option for residential gardens, so if you are a homeowner with trees that need some form of control, get in touch and we’ll advise you on the best method.
What is tree pollarding?
Tree pollarding is used Thurrock wide to maintain the height of a tree. Once it has been pollarded, a tree will continue to grow, albeit very slowly. Its growth rings will get smaller, so this is a long term fix. Pollarding is beneficial for trees that are growing on roadsides where their canopies overhang the public highway and collide with high-sided vehicles and buses. It also works well for trees situated nearby overhead power cables or railway lines.
If you have a tree in your Thurrock garden that has outgrown its space, it may be more beneficial to choose crown lifting or tree reduction. These services work to control the size of the tree whilst keeping it looking beautiful.
Why choose TH Trees Ltd for Tree Pollarding Thurrock?
For over a decade and a half, residential homeowners, land managers, business owners, local authorities and housing associations have depended upon our expertise in tree pollarding Thurrock and Essex wide.
Our Thurrock tree surgeons hold TEN different N.P.T.C. qualifications in various aspects of arboriculture, together with TWO LANTRA qualifications, meaning we are qualified to safely carry out a vast range of tree care tasks at height. This includes tree pollarding.
What’s more, TH Trees Ltd is Trading Standards, local authority and Safe4Site Gold approved. We work to British Standard BS 3998 2010 and in line with a raft of legislation including the Work at Height Regulations, the Health and Safety at Work etc. Act and the Manual Handling Operations. We have kept a fully clean record across all aspects of health and safety and hold £5 million liability insurance.
When you hire a tree surgeon for your tree pollarding in Thurrock, be sure to always check the qualifications and insurance they say they hold match the work being undertaken. This is very important.
Tree Pollarding Thurrock: ALL Species of Trees Covered
Whatever species of tree you have, whether they are situated on public land, in a residential garden, on commercial premises or somewhere risky such as next to a railway line or by a body of water; whatever the situation, TH Trees Ltd has the knowledge and experience needed to handle the work required using the most appropriate methods to ensure your tree will be adequately taken care of.
The following are just some of the trees we regular work on Thurrock and Essex wide:
- Oak – all species including English (common) oak, sessile oak and holm oak. Oak trees often reach heights of 40 metres plus and can grow very wide canopies. Whatever the situation however, we can handle the work required.
- Ash – the ash tree will often reach 35 metres in height, again not a problem for our expert team. Whilst carrying out your pollarding, we will check for signs of ash dieback. If we spot it then we will advise you on the best methods of dealing with it.
- Thorny or spiky trees – including monkey puzzle, holly and hawthorn trees. Been turned down for tree pollarding on account of your tree being thorny or spiky? You won’t find that with TH Trees Ltd. Whatever your tree in Thurrock, if it needs pollarding, we’ll get down to the work without question.
- Eucalyptus trees – including the most common species, the cider gum tree. This species is found in abundance along the Essex coast.
- Beech trees – including those that have grown very large canopies. Beech trees often grow to soaring heights of 30 to 40 metres. No problem for TH Trees however, because whatever the height, we have the knowledge, expertise and equipment to deal with it.
- Any other trees – we regularly carry out pollarding of all species of trees including the silver birch, hornbeam, lime, maple, sycamore, rowan, elm, whitebeam, spindle and aspen.
Not sure which species your tree is? Check out our comprehensive Tree ID pages for expert information on all the most common types of UK trees.
Common diseases affecting Thurrock trees
When we carry out tree pollarding Thurrock wide we always scan the trees for symptoms of disease or decay. This is essential as disease and decay can weaken the branches of a tree, which in turn can pose a risk in the form of potential breakages. Plus it is usually a sign that the tree needs attention to bring it back to full health.
A vital aspect of our service is identifying and treating diseases, fungi and pest infestations. If you are concerned that your tree may be suffering from disease or a fungal or pest infestation, our guide to common tree diseases and pests should prove helpful. If you have any specific worries, do not delay in contacting us for tailored advice. It may literally save the life of your tree.
When is the best time for tree pollarding Thurrock wide?
Tree pollarding, unless required in an emergency for health or safety reasons, should be avoided during the bird nesting season which runs from February to August. At TH Trees, we always check for nesting birds at ALL times of the year because we are committed to preserving our valuable wildlife.
The active growth period of the tree should also be avoided when it comes to pollarding. This usually falls between late spring and early winter, although it can vary from species to species. This is because when actively growing trees are cut, they bleed sap, which attracts bugs which carry diseases which can infect the tree. Whilst any emergency tree work can be undertaken, it is beneficial to refrain until the tree enters its dormant phase. Take a look at our news and tree ID pages for advice on the optimum time to prune your tree, or contact us for tailored advice.
You will also need to consult the local authority TPO register if your tree is of notable interest or if it is situated in a conservation area. If it is protected by a Tree Preservation Order (TPO) then the amount of pollarding allowed will be limited and you will need permission from your local authority to go ahead. This can take up to eight weeks to be provided.
For Specialist Tree Pollarding Thurrock wide, Choose TH Trees Ltd
At TH Trees Ltd we have been specialising in tree pollarding Thurrock wide for over 15 years. Together with our long list of qualifications and respected reputation, this puts us in the best position possible to take care of all your Thurrock tree pollarding requirements.
For a no-obligation consultation and helpful advice from qualified Thurrock tree pollarding experts, call TH Trees on 01268 642 814.
Polite, professional and tidy.The team were punctual, very polite, kept me well informed of what they were doing, anything I asked them wasn’t an inconvenience.Service with a smile and the tidy up job was fantastic too.I would certainly recommend TH Tree services and happily use them again.
Hi Mrs Easton, thank you for leaving a lovely review. The team are really pleased they come across professional and friendly.
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